Friday

 “Look, he is coming with the clouds,

”and “every eye will see him,

even those who pierced him”;

and all peoples on earth

“will mourn because of him.”

So shall it be! Amen.

 

 

Bro. Rusty Durand did a great job preaching the first night of revival last night.  The message was about how God can use one person, each of us.  If you missed it, you can find it on FB or YouTube.  Tonight, Bro. Joe King will be presenting God’s Word to us.  Join us at 6 P.M. in person or online.

 

 

 

Bobby Landry of Amite has a lengthy heart procedure yesterday.  All went well.  Pray for a good recovery for him and for the family.

 

 

 

Another day and more friends with Covid – 19!  Please pray for the people of our area that seems to be especially hard hit at this time.  Pray for a preventive measure and better treatment for this disease.

 

 

 

Mr. Johnny McNabb passed away.  This was shared by his sister. Ann Huff.

As most of you have heard God called our dear oldest brother Johnny to heaven today to join his beloved wife, Monnie who preceded him to Heaven by 7 weeks and 2 days! He had COVID 19 but was recuperating from the virus but had a massive stroke from afib 2 days ago and could not overcome that.

 

 

 

Calvin Julius “Jukie” Stevens

March 27, 1943 – August 27, 2020

A resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond, LA as a result of the Coronavirus. He was born March 27, 1943 in Folsom, LA and was 77 years of age. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Hayden Stevens; son, Terry Wayne Stevens; daughter-in-law, Reena Stevens; grandchildren, Cody Stevens, Kyle Rosalies and wife, Kelsey, Hunter Rosalies and Haley Rosalies; great-granddaughter on the way, Beretta Rosalies; 2 sisters, Shirley Maus and Dorothy Cranham; 2 brother-in-laws, Richard Hayden and Tim and wife, Donice Hayden. Preceded in death by his son, Gregory Stevens; parents, Everett and Geneva Stevens; granddaughter, Megan Stevens; mother-in-law, Frances Winborn Hayden Lambert; father-in-law, Victor Hayden. Visitation at Wilmer Missionary Baptist Church from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Saturday, August 29, 2020. Services conducted by Bro. Jason Skipper. Interment Wilmer Cemetery, Amite, LA. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

This is the father of Greg Stevens who passed away last week and the family I requested prayer for last Thursday.   Please continue to pray for the family.  Losing two members so closely in time is extra hard.

 

 

 

God sent Hurricane Laura on a path that lessened the problems for our area and increased them for the people west of us.  Pray for the people who were in the path of the storm.  Pray for people to serve in ways to minister to the many needs.  Thank Him for those who “step-up” and do all they can to help in such situations.  May each of us find a way to participate in some way.

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – August 28

  • Job 28:1-30:31
  • 2 Corinthians 2:12-17
  • Psalm 42:1-11
  • Proverbs 22:7

 

 

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Operation Christmas Child – Thanks to two ladies from the church who asked about a need for our “shoeboxes” and who have already taken steps to meet that need.  At this point, I’m not sure what “packing the shoeboxes” will look like.  I will let you know soon.

 

 

 

Coming Soon

  • September 13-20 – Georgia Barnette Week of Prayer for mission work in Louisiana
  • September 21 – Pick-up day for our grocery collection for the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home – The annual Fall Food Roundup

 

 

What do you have to thank God for today?

  • Protection?
  • Health?
  • Family Blessings?
  • Job Situation?
  • Salvation for a loved one?
  • ____________________
  • ____________________
  • ____________________

Don’t forget to thank Him today.

“Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart”

Give Thanks

Give thanks with a grateful heart
Give thanks to the Holy One
Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son
Give thanks with a grateful heart
Give thanks to the Holy One
Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son
And now let the weak say, “I am strong”
Let the poor say, “I am rich
Because of what the Lord has done for us”
And now let the weak say, “I am strong”
Let the poor say, “I am rich
Because of what the Lord has done for us”
Give thanks with a grateful heart (with a grateful heart)
Give thanks to the Holy One (to the Holy One)
Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son
Give thanks with a grateful heart (with a grateful heart)
Give thanks to the Holy One (to the Holy One)
Give…

 

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

In the same way, faith by itself,

if it is not accompanied by action,

is dead.

~James 2:17~

 

 

 

FBC, Kentwood

Attention FBC Kentwood church attendees – Our Deacon Council met and after prayerful thought and consideration has made the decision to re-open for Worship Services only starting this Sunday morning the 23rd. At this time we will require everyone attending in person to wear a mask during the service.
Our Council will be monitoring the Covid situation within our community and will make adjustments in the future as needed. Thank you in advance for understanding.

 

 

 

Spring Creek Baptist Church

Church Family,
We WILL have services this Sunday!
Sunday School: 9:15am
Am Service: 10:15am
Discipleship Training: 5:00pm
Pm Service: 6:00pm

Please be considerate of others, if you are sick or not feeling well please watch our services on Facebook Live and join us again when you’re feeling better.
-Let us know how we can pray for you!

Masks are encouraged if you feel comfortable wearing them.

Please help us get the word out to our members who may not have social media.

God bless you!

 

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – August 22

  • Job 4:1-7:21
  • 1 Corinthians 14:18-40
  • Psalm 37:30-40
  • Proverbs 21:27

 

 

From Samaritan’s Purse

Is there any group planning a prayer march for our area?
Please be in prayer as two hurricanes could possibly hit our area in a few days.  Include the people of our area in your prayers.  Take some steps today to prepare, just in case.  Check on others who might need some assistance in storm preparations.
I read that sandbags can be filled at area fire stations.  Flooding is not usually a problem in the Kentwood area, but there are many homes within a short distance of Kentwood that could face flooding.
What could you do to help them?  This is a good mission project for groups from area churches.
Anna Lee

Thursday

To the one who is victorious,

I will give the right to sit with me on my throne,

just as I was victorious

and sat down with my Father on his throne.

 

 

Yesterday, we spoke with a former student who almost died with Covid-19.  What a horror story it was!  Thankfully, due to her knowledge. age, and previous good health she survived.   Please be careful.

 

 

 

David has seen two specialists this week.  Each of them gave him a very good update.  David also received Procrit and iron, his first, this week.  Thank-you to all who have, and who continue, to pray for him.  God has blessed us greatly.

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – August 20

  • Esther 8:1-10:3
  • 1 Corinthians 12:27-13:13
  • Psalm 37:1-11
  • Proverbs 21:23-24

 

 

 

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Fall Food Round-Up for the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home

The truck will be at FBC, Kentwood on September 21.  Be sure to have your donations at church before that date.  Check with the office to learn of the items most needed at the children’s home.

 

 

 

Operation Christmas Child is still collecting and will begin packing soon.  I’m not sure if we will have our usual packing party due to Covid-19.  I’ll update you when that decision is made.  We will pack and ship shoeboxes this year.  We will also be serving as a collection site again this year.  Remember, there are children who have never had a “shoebox” filled with gifts and an introduction to Jesus.  Let’s be instrumental in being the “missionaries” who help them learn about Jesus.

 

 

 

Thanks for your prayers for all those mentioned here and for those who are not mentioned by name, but who are “Standing in the Need of Prayer”.  Here is a different arrangement, featuring focusing on children.  I think you will appreciate it.

 

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

“He heals the brokenhearted

and binds up their wounds.”

~Psalm 147:3~

 

 

 

First Baptist Church, Kentwood is accepting donations of food for the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home.  The pick-up date is September 21.

Most Needed Items:

      • Bottled juice
      • Children’s cereals
      • Cleaning supplies
      • Cooking oil
      • Dishwasher detergent
      • Freezer bags
      • Canned fruit
      • Kool-Aid
      • Laundry detergent
      • Paper towels
      • Salad dressings

 

 

 

 

Operation Christmas Child items can be left at the church Monday – Friday.

  • 3″ balls (3/bag at Dollar Tree)
  • $1.00 flashlights (Walmart)
  • AA batteries (Walmart)
  • Checkers with foldable plastic mat (Dollar Tree)

 

 

Please continue to pray for everyone with Covid-19 virus.  Wear your mask as practice social distancing.  Thank God for those who do that and have been doing so.  Let’s prevent as many cases as possible.

 

 

 

Mark Jones

October 18, 1967 – August 13, 2020

Mark Jones, a resident of Amite, LA, passed away on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at North Oaks Medical Center in Hammond, LA. He was born October 18, 1967 in Hammond, LA and was 52 years of age. He is survived by 2 daughters, Christine Smith and husband Cody and Mikki Jones; grandchildren, Peyton Smith and Cameron Smith; mother, Frances Jones; brother, Jeff Jones and wife, Tammy; nephew, J.J. Jones. Preceded in death by Johnny L. Jones. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 9:00AM until Funeral Services at 11:30AM on Monday, August 17, 2020. Services conducted by Father Howard Adkins. McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, in charge of arrangements. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

Johnnie Marion McKenzie

January 03, 1940 – August 13, 2020

Johnnie Marion McKenzie

Graveside services for Johnnie Marion McKenzie , 80, of Tylertown, Msississippi will be held at 3:00 PM on Sunday, August 16, 2020 at Union Church Cemetery in Tylertown with Rev. Doug Lee and Rev. Ron Jordan officiating.

Mr. McKenzie passed away in Brookhaven, Mississippi on Thursday, August 13, 2020. He was born January 3, 1940 in Tylertown, Mississippi to the late Sarah Thornton and Clark McKenzie. He is also preceded in death by his granddaughter Amanda Mathis and his great-grandson Caleb Mathis.

He enjoyed watching baseball, old movies, hunting, target practicing and spending time with his family. Mr. McKenzie was a member of Union Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and as part of the Baptist Brotherhood. He served as a volunteer Civil Defense Director and as Walthall County Justice Court Judge for many years. Mr. McKenzie retired as Sergeantfrom the Army National Guard and also woked as a timber cruiser for Monticello Forestry company for many years.

Survivors include his wife of 62 years Frances McKenzie; son Gary Marion McKenzie and his wife Sylvia McKenzie; daughters Becky Dickerson and her husband Tim Dickerson, Cindy Smith and her husband Chad Smith,  Christy Yarborough and her husband Chad Yarborough; grandchildren Jason McKenzie, Ashley Greene and her husband Travis Greene, Stephanie Harper, Johnny McKenzie and his girlfriend Becca Gaudet, Craig Dickerson and his wife Alex Dickerson, Corey Dickerson and his wife Beth Anne Dickerson, Heather Coker and her husband Tyler Coker,  Brayden Smith, Caleb Yarborough and his fiance’ Elleana Smith, Caylee Grace Davis and her husband Zane Davis, and Caden Yarborough; 21 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren, sister Virginia Sauls; brothers Henry Earl McKenzie and his wife Ginn McKenzie, Jimmy Thornton and his wife Katie Thornton, Dewayne Thornton and his wife Debbie Thornton, Harold Thornton and his wife Susan Thornton, James Thornton and his wife Jeri Thornton; along with a host of nieces, nephews, friends, and loving family.

Pallbearers are Johnny McKenzie, Craig Dickerson, Corey Dickerson, Caleb Yarborough, Caden Yarborough, Zane Davis,  and Tyler Coker.

Honorary pallbearers are Lucas Thornton, Mark Brumfield, and Tim Dickerson along with the deacons of Union Baptist Church.

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – August 15

  • Nehemiah 9:22-10:39
  • 1 Corinthians 9:19-10:13
  • Psalm 34:1-10
  • Proverbs 21;13

 

 

Reminder: Due to Covid-19, FBC, Kentwood will provide online services only tomorrow.  You can find them on Facebook and You-tube at 10:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.

 

 

 

Coming soon – Week of Prayer for Louisiana Missions (Georgia Barnette)

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday

May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope,  encourage your hearts and strengthen you in every good deed and word.

~2 Thessalonians 2:16-17~

 

 

 

New Baby! – Deliliah May Hutto

  • 8-13-2020
  • 7:21 A.M.
  • 6lb. 11 oz.
  • 20.5 In.
  • Parents: Joe and Ashley Miller Hutto

 

 

 

Please continue to pray for the Kentwood families dealing with Covid-19.

 

 

 

Mary Lou Carona Ingraffia

August 09, 1935 – August 12, 2020

Mary Lou Carona Ingraffia, a resident of Loranger, LA, passed away on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at her home. She was born August 9, 1935 in New Orleans, LA and was 85 years of age. She is survived by her 2 sons, Philip (Chuck) Ingraffia, Jr. and wife, Chantel of Loranger, LA and Jon Ingraffia of New Orleans, LA; 1 brother, Jack Carona, III and wife, Anna of Independence, LA; 4 grandchildren, Daren (D.L.) Vicellio, Philip Ingraffia,III( Mckayla), Luke Ingraffia(Brooke) and Jake Ingraffia; 2 great-grandchildren, Shyenne Vicellio and Gunner Vicellio. Preceded in death by her spouse, Philip (Pluto) Ingraffia, Sr.; daughter, Jackie Ingraffia; mother, Christine Lucia Carona; father, Jack Carona, Jr.. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Amite, from 8:30AM until 10:00AM on Wednesday, August 19, 2020. Mass at Mater Dolorosa Catholic Church at 11:00AM on Wednesday. Interment Colonial Mausoleum, Independence, LA. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

Geraldean Merritt Sanders

January 26, 1924 – August 11, 2020

Geraldean Merritt Sanders, a resident of Kentwood, LA, passed away on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at Hood Memorial Hospital in Amite, LA. She was born January 26, 1924 in Osyka, MS and was 96 years of age. She was a loving Mother and Grandmother. She worked for the State of Louisiana Department of Tourism for 30 years. She loved her job and the trips she and Judy were able to go on because of it. The thing she was most proud of though, was her family. She is survived by 2 daughters, Barbara Posey of Dora, AL and Judy Sanders of Kentwood, LA; 6 grandchildren, Scott Posey (Karen) of Denham Springs, LA, Denver Posey (Victoria)League City, TX, Kim Sulzby (Jay)Dora, AL, Michelle Bridges(Paul) Kentwood, LA, Marcie Grice (James) Kentwood, LA, Justin Hendry (Dana) Kentwood, LA, son-in-law, Larry Hendry, Kentwood, LA; 23 great-grandchildren; 9 great-great grandchildren; as well as being “Maw Maw” to numerous others. She is preceded in death by her husband, Aubrey Sanders; son, Aubrey Ray Sanders; daughter, Marie Hendry; parents, Obediah and Jessie Merritt; and son-in-law, Raymond Posey. Pallbearers are Scott Posey, Denver Posey, Justin Hendry, Caleb Hendry, Triston Lofton and Jeffery Posey. Visitation at McKneely Funeral Home, Kentwood, from 5:00PM until 9:00PM on Friday and from 9:00AM until religious services at 11:00AM on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Services conducted by Bro. Mike Shumock. Interment East Fork Cemetery, Kentwood, LA. For an online guestbook, visit http://www.mckneelys.com.

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – August 14

  • Exodus 37:1-38:31
  • Matthew 28:1-20
  • Psalm 34:11-22
  • Proverbs 9:9-10

 

 

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Louisiana Baptist Message – https://baptistmessage.com/

 

 

 

The truck from the Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home will be in Kentwood early on September 21st.  Be sure to leave your donations of food for the next year at FBC early.

 

 

 

Donations for Operation Christmas Child “shoeboxes” can also be left at the FBC, Kentwood.

 

 

 

As far as I know the revival for the 27-30th is still on the calendar.  If something changes, I will let you know.

 

 

 

Thank God for the recent professions of faith and baptisms at FBC, Kentwood.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

“It is wonderful to be grateful and to sing your praises, LORD Most High!

It is wonderful each morning to tell about your love and at night to announce how faithful you are.”

Psalm 92:1-2 (CEV)

Our God gives second chances!

 

 

 

Please begin praying for Caleb Estay.  He will be having a lump on this neck checked Tuesday.  Pray all goes well.

 

 

 

Please pray for the family of Coach Dickie Meeks.  I taught with him at OFA.  His students thought the moon of him.  He became well know for winning teams and influencing lives in the right direction.  He passed away due to cancer.  His services will be Saturday in Longview, TX.

 

 

 

Read the. Bible in 2020 – August 5

  • Ezra 1:1-2:70 1
  • Corinthians 1:18-2:5
  • Psalm 27:7-14
  • Proverbs 20:22-23

 

 

This morning I was blessed with a message from someone who is quarantined, but still wanting to help with Operation Christmas Child.  He asked for a suggestion about something he can order online.  This virus cannot stop the generosity of God’s people!

 

 

 

The Louisiana Baptist Children’s Home will be in Kentwood on September 21st to pick up our donations for their pantry.  They only ask for this help once a year.  Below is a list of the items they need the most this year:

  • Bottled Juices
  • Cleansing Supplies (Disinfectants)
  • Cooking Oil
  • Dishwasher Detergent
  • Freezer Bags
  • Fruit (Canned)
  • Kool-Aid
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Paper Towels
  • Salad Dressings

Your items can be left at the church any time in the next few weeks.

 

 

 

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Find ways to be helpful/encouraging despite the virus!

Anna Lee

 

Thursday

“Go to the great city of Nineveh and preach against it,

because its wickedness has come up before me.”

~Jonah 1:2 (NIV)~

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – July 30

  • 2 Chronicles 26:1-28:27
  • Romans 13:1-14
  • Psalm 23:1-6
  • Proverbs 20:11

 

 

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Baptist Messagehttps://baptistmessage.com/

 

 

 

One of our prayer concerns last week:

Border closure cuts short Louisiana DR mission, puts ‘Bahama Rebuild’ on hold

https://baptistmessage.com/border-closure-cuts-short-louisiana-dr-mission-puts-bahama-rebuild-on-hold/

Thank God for answering prayers for help at the mission and for returning our mission team home safely.  More work is needed.  Keep praying for this area.

 

 

 

 

 

Update on Mary Ann Clemons

She is now in a rehab.  Not having visitors is hard for patients and their would-be visitors.  Please keep praying.

 

 

 

Keep up with the latest statistics so you can make wise decisions.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday

“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything.

Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.

Then you will experience God’s peace.”

~Philippians 4:6-7 (NLT)~

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – July 26

  • 2 Chronicles 17:1-18:34
  • Romans 9:25-10:13
  • Psalm 20:1-9
  • Proverbs 20:2-3

 

 

Please continue to pray for all those with the Covid-19 virus, those that have been exposed and who are quarantined, and the families of those who are sick.

 

 

 

Please help me collect lots of these two items for Operation Christmas Child “shoeboxes”.

  1. Dollar Tree checker sets
  2. Bandanas

You can drop off the items you find at the office of First Baptist Church, Kentwood.

 

 

 

Whether you are attending in person or online, I hope you are blessed by church services today.  Services at FBC, Kentwood begin at 10:30 this morning and 6:00 this evenin.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

Friday

“For the Lord is always good.

He is always loving and kind, and his faithfulness goes on and on to each succeeding generation.”

~Psalm 100:5 (TLB)~

 

 

 

Gibbie McMillan and the mission roofing team are back at home.  They have plans to return to the church and complete some additional work when conditions improve.  Thank-you for praying for their safe return.

 

 

 

Update on Josiah Huckaby:

Yesterday we saw pulmonary. It was definitely a bittersweet appointment. Our pulmonologist is retiring & it was our last visit with him. We will be transitioning to a new doctor over the next couple of months but we have a great nurse practitioner that is going to help with this. She is very familiar with Josiah and even was part of his care team during his long hospitalization after birth.

As far as the visit, we are attempting to wean him off of diuretics again. They weaned his respiration rate. I think they were a bit surprised about how good he physically looks after such a rough fall/winter. Josiah won’t be able to attend preschool this fall like we originally had hoped. Out of all the doctor’s vent patients, we were 1 of only 2 that were told no school. We were also told after looking back through Josiah’s entire medical history, that he MIGHT be vent/trach free about the time he turns 5. This is exciting for us because it’s the 1st mention of a timeframe since before he got his trach. Now, we know ultimately God is in control & this could change for better or worse but it’s a huge praise nonetheless. To God be the glory!!!

Job Huckaby

I know you will want to continue to pray for Josiah and his family.

 

 

 

Lori Lantz Rhodes

SEPTEMBER 29, 1969 – JULY 21, 2020

Lori Lantz Rhodes, age 50, passed away peacefully at her home on July 21, 2020.

She was born on September 29th, 1969 in Opelousas, Louisiana, and grew up in Natchitoches, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana College where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and met her husband, Keith Rhodes. The two married in 1991, had their first son, Zachary, in 1994 and their second, Benjamin, in 1996. In 2019, she lovingly claimed the title of “Lolli” with the birth of her grandson, Oliver.

Lori worked as an elementary school teacher for 19 years, where she found great love in teaching children to read. She sang beautifully in church choirs, in her kitchen, in the car, and anywhere else she could raise her voice in worship. Through all life’s struggles, she found encouragement and peace in worship. Lori Rhodes loved fiercely and abundantly, most especially her family, though her love extended to all the people she came across. She treated everyone with a great deal of kindness and hardly ever met a stranger, even if she was halfway across the country. One of Lori’s favorite places to be was the beach, stretched out in the sand with her toes in the waves, closely followed by the Dr. Seuss theme park at Universal Studios, Seuss Landing. Almost matching her passion for her family, friends, and students was her passion for dessert. Lori took great delight in savoring life’s sweet moments. Quick to laugh and even quicker to smile, her infectious joy and love were a reflection of the faith she had in Christ and will be carried on by all those who loved her.

She is preceded in death by her father, Kenneth Lantz, and her uncle, James Robert Jones. She is survived by her husband, Keith Rhodes; sons, Zachary (Lauren) and Benjamin Rhodes; grandson, Oliver Rhodes; mother, Glenda Lantz; brother, Jeff (Marjorie) Lantz; sisters, Sharon Anding, and Tressa (Derek) Ratchford; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and in-laws.

Services for Lori will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, July 26, 2020, at Hill Crest Memorial Funeral Home, officiated by Bryan Reed, of The Simple Church. Interment will follow in Hill Crest Memorial Park. The family will receive guests on Saturday evening from 5-8 p.m.

Pallbearers include Eddie Merrill, Jeff Lantz, Kevin Rhodes, Derek Rathcford, Jay Hardy, and Marty Kent. Honorary pallbearers include her nephews.

Her family takes great comfort in knowing that Lori is now talking, singing, dancing, and laughing, completely healed at the feet of Jesus.

In lieu of flowers, Lori’s family asks that you donate books at http://www.tinyurl.com/LoriRhodesBookMemorial to Bossier Elementary and J.A. Phillips Elementary School to continue the work that she loved.

For more information, https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/haughton-la/lori-rhodes-9273643?fbclid=IwAR0bi_rGeOIiQLON2l1fzeTRuihtwJGV67PqVthXyKe54iSOL2dlKjkSHr0

 

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – July 24

  • 2 Chronicles 11:1-13:22
  • Romans 8:26-39
  • Psalm 18:37-50
  • Proverbs 19:27-29

 

 

 

Baptist Presshttp://www.bpnews.net/

 

 

 

Louisiana Baptist Messagehttps://baptistmessage.com/

 

 

 

 

Churches’ decisions produce Kingdom decisions at GO TELL camp (Spring Creek Baptist Church of Kentwood)

https://baptistmessage.com/churches-decision-produce-kingdom-decisions-at-go-tell-camp/

 

 

 

Thank-you so much for your encouragement and support for these concerns.

Anna Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday

“I issue a decree that in every part of my kingdom people must fear and reverence the God of Daniel.

“For he is the living God and he endures forever;

his kingdom will not be destroyed,

his dominion will never end.  

He rescues and he saves;

he performs signs and wonders in the heavens and on the earth.

He has rescued Daniel from the power of the lions.”

 

 

 

Please pray for Bryan and Rita Tate as they get Bryan the treatment he needs.

 

 

 

Pray for a my sister’s friend who has A-fib and a positive test for Covid-19.  Thanks!

 

 

 

Pray for families with students as they make decisions about the school situations for their children.

 

 

 

Pray for teachers as they head into an unusual school year.  Pray with them as they prepare.

 

 

 

Read the Bible in 2020 – July 23

  • 2 Chronicles 8:11-10:19
  • Romans 8:9-25
  • Psalm 18:16-36
  • Proverbs 19:26

 

 

 

Baptist Presshttp://www.bpnews.net/ 

 

 

 

The Louisiana WMU has been sharing these podcasts.  Today, I want to share them with you.  This was shared yesterday.  From here, you should be able to locate the ten podcasts that came before this one.

EPISODE 11 – A Life Surrendered

In Romans 8:28, God’s Word tells us “that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Listen in today as Mary Valerio, a pastor’s wife, shares how God used the faithfulness of three Native American women who walked 12 miles along railroad tracks to share Jesus with Hispanic children. You’ll be in awe of how those seeds planted 80 years ago have yielded countless changed lives.

 

 

 

Please continue to pray for the many who have had deaths in their families.

Anna Lee